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Changing a ribbon on my samsung e 900

How do i remove housing and how do you open the connecting block to replace the ribbon in anyone knows pleases help

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Http://www.excelldirect.com/images/samsunge900gallery/myalbum.html I'm sure you will know how to use this page.There are pictures how to disassembly and assembly E900. If you don't have a soldering iron you can cut off those soldered pieces (even I hate people what do this :) ), but take care about flex cable. Enjoy and take care, mate ;) Level4 tech.

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This step may be optional, if power supply block must be transferred to purchased replacement optical block. Undo the blue plastic-coated wire holders to release the two wire bundles. Disconnect the connectors shown with the dotted lines in the photo below. One, which presumably provides power, is disconnected directly from the power supply block, and the other is a regular wire connector.a837b7e.jpg
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Ebay, and various online retailers have them for around $40. You can do it yourself if you try.

To replace, you need a micro phillips head screw driver and a T-6 torx screw driver. Also patience, and a steady hand.

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